In the end, life is all about God and his glory. To find meaning in life, we must recognize this fact.
Because youth is fleeting, Solomon urges young people to fear God and serve Him before the effects of old age overtake the body.
Solomon addresses wisdom and folly’s relationship to leadership and stewardship.
Solomon advises young people to enjoy their youth but to always make choices consistent with the character and will of God.
Solomon describes the difference between the fool and the wise person.
Life may be unfair and unpleasant at times, but Solomon describes the benefits of life “under the sun.”
Solomon reveals how we are to live wisely in an unfair and unjust world.
Solomon discusses the role wisdom must play in the lives of those who seek to honor God.
Speaking in proverbs, Solomon begins to share divine wisdom in a way that resonates with the daily lives of his readers.
With so many ways to seek meaning and satisfaction in life, and knowing that all lead to vanity and vexation of spirit, the believer needs to learn to be content with the Giver of all good things.
Sometimes life just isn’t fair. Solomon discusses man’s need to enjoy God’s gifts and not expect everything to seem “fair.”
Solomon addresses the vanity of religious rituals as well as the futility of living for wealth and material things.
Solomon laments the fact that injustice and oppression are a regular part of life in this world.
Solomon acknowledges God’s providence and sovereignty over every aspect of life.
Solomon continues his grand experiment to find true meaning, purpose, and satisfaction in life.
From an earthly perspective, life is meaningless. yet those who live life knowing God and fearing Him will find true meaning and satisfaction.